The Morning Stake

The Morning Stake | 2022.08.31

Hell yeah


Hell yeah.


Hell yeah.


Dallas Morning News’ Ryan Mainville with a re-cap of the presser from Monday so check it out.

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal’s Don Williams writes about Joey McGuire being ready for his first game as Texas Tech’s head coach:

“I haven’t been a head coach in front of a team going out on game day in the last five years,” said McGuire, who left a successful Texas high-school coaching career to be a Baylor assistant from 2017 to 2021. “I really do believe God put me on this earth to do that, and so I’m really excited to give that pre-game speech and lead those guys down the tunnel. It’s going to be incredible.”

Red Raider Sports’ Brandon Soliz recaps the Caleb Rogers and Mason Tharp press availability with Rogers talking about how offensive line coach Stephen Hamby changed the offensive line room:

“We’ve really just taken on a completely different persona,” Rogers said. “We want to destroy everybody in front of us and we’re going to do it together. You’re only as strong as your weakest link. There’s five of us. We need to be a fist. We want to go through some people.”

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal’s Carlos Silva, Jr. writes about Henry Teeter’s influence on the team and where he receives the most feedback, from his mom, who is a football coach:

And while things have been positive on the field, Teeter can also take solace in being closer to family. His mother, Felicia Teeter, is an assistant varsity football coach whose position responsibility is tight ends and fullbacks at Estacado. She’s provided some pointers as well. Her second sport is softball.

“So I get coached when I’m back home, too,” Teeter said, “and I never can seem to escape some criticism.”

Hell yeah. I’m 100% way too old to like Grouplove, but I absolutely toe-tap with Tongue Tied and Ways to Go.


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